Maximising learner progress in post-16 engineering TY501
Explore a range of strategies to support teaching of engineering at post-16 and maximise progression.
Are you looking for strategies to support teaching and learning in post-16 engineering?
Develop a range of strategies to help maximise teaching and learning in engineering. Discover how to make maximum progress in the classroom, with ideas on assessment, behaviour management and securing learner engagement.
Sessions will include:
- engaging learners and maintaining motivation
- data analysis and the use of diagnostic tools to aid planning
- effective behaviour management and management of your teaching space
- use of assessment for learning to aide understanding and planning
- creating independent learners
- reflection on own practice and creating a personal development plan
Content for this course has been designed for those delivering or preparing to deliver engineering or similar technical/practical discipline at level 2, 3 or 4.
This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.Course fees vary for participants outside the UK. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
- develop teaching and learning strategies to engage learners in post-16 engineering
- discover strategies for overcoming the barriers to learners making progress
- reflect and evaluate your teaching and learning practise